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Andy Skelton Introduces Batcache

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So far, there are two excellent performance enhancing caching solutions available for WordPress, WP-Cache and WP-SuperCache. Both do an awesome job of caching posts/pages to help keep your website from falling off the map in the middle of a Digg effect. Now, there is a new entrant in the caching arena called Batcache which was created by Andy Skelton. This plugin is meant to be used in situations where file-based caching is either not practical, or is not desired. According to Andy, development testing showed a 40x reduction in the time it took to generate pages. Pages that were generated in 200ms ended up being served from the cache in only 5ms. Batcache uses Memcached to store and serve rendered pages. It’s not as fast as Donncha’s WP-Super-Cache but it can be used where file-based caching is not practical or not desired. The basic premise of the plugin works similar […]

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